The Data Protection Commission Ireland published a couple of tips and orientations on how to keep your data protected when working from home or remotely. Cyberattacks still on the rise and using COVID-19 as a fishing technique to attract users and get what they want. So, now more than ever, it’s time to protect our devices and make sure that we are working from home in a safe way from both perspectives, from the company and its users.
The first quarter of 2019 was busy for Cybersecurity professionals in general. Even though people are more aware of cyber-attacks and threats, crimes related to cybersecurity still on the rise and putting companies at risk. According to the last Risk Radar report released by Integrity 360, billions of compromised records, data leaks from cloud misconfigurations and record-setting cyber-threats were some of the main findings for the first period of the year. On the other hand, the lack of qualified professionals is not helping the situation either.
Below you can find the content of our last webinar - Understanding the Office 365 features for GDPR compliance, which happened on the 20th of September.
According to an Ernest & Young (EY) survey, 54% of Irish businesses surveyed do not know if the consent they hold to use consumers’ personal data is compliant with GDPR or if a process of re-consent is required. It means that they are not ready for the new regulation and risk facing the large fines that come into effect with the GDPR legislation.
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